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Beverly Joyce Mack

January 15, 1972 ~ August 18, 2020 (age 48)


Beverly Joyce Mack, daughter of Rosie Mack and Floyd Williams, was born January 15, 1972, in Memphis TN. Beverly attend school in the Lafayette County School District and later in the Oxford School District.

She was employed with Alpha Delta Pi Inc. as a cook and where she was very well known for her "Ms Bev's Salad Bar. Beverly or Bev, as she often called, lived her life to the fullest and enjoyed the simple pleasures of life, such as: gathering with friends and family, spending times with her grandchildren and cooking for everybody in the whole community if she could. She also enjoyed watching Lifetime TV with her grandchildren.

Beverly departed this life on Tuesday, August 18, 2020, at Baptist Memorial Hospital/NM. She is lovingly remembered by her father: Floyd (Shirley) Williams of Manassas, VA; her sons: Michael and Brandon Mack of Oxford MS, Dimitri Mack of Manassas, VA and Kentavious Rogers of Laurel, MS; her daughters: Erica Mack and Le'Keria Robertson of Oxford MS; her sisters: Sharon Booker, Quana Herron, Bettye (Edward) Shaw, and Teresa Herron all of Oxford MS; and her brothers: Mario Herron of Oxford MS; Michael Williams and Allen Williams both of Manassas, VA. She also leaves a host of nieces, nephews, cousins , other relatives and friends.

Beverly was presented in death by her mother: Rosie Mack; her sister: Stacye Rockette and her grandmothers: Lucille Mack and Ollie Williams.


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Limited Viewing (8 @ a time)
August 26, 2020

1:00 PM to 4:00 PM
L. Hodges Funeral Service
38-F Hwy 334
Oxford, Mississippi 38655

Graveside (Restricted - 50)
August 27, 2020

12:00 PM
Philadelphia M. B. Church
36 County Road 2006
Oxford, Mississippi 38655

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